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White Nationalist Pleads Guilty To Harassing Black Woman Protester At Trump Rally

The leader of a White nationalist group pleaded guilty Wednesday to disorderly conduct after being accused of harassing a Black female protester during a rally for Donald Trump in Louisville, Kentucky, the Courier-Journal reports.

Matthew Heimbach, who is chairman of the pro-White Traditionalist Worker Party, previously said he had “no regrets” about his actions at the March rally.

‘Safari’ Tours: Ousted Chicago Official’s Email Joked About Violence In Black Neighborhoods

At a time of troubling violence in some of Chicago’s Black communities in a city known for its racial divide, an ousted supervisor at the city’s “scandal-plagued” water department is under fire for circulating racist emails, according to the Chicago Tribune.

Texas Judge Accused Of Sexting Bailiff & Using Him To Buy Drugs

Texas judge Hilary H. Green has been suspended on charges of sexting her bailiff and using him to buy drugs, hiring prostitutes and bringing home marijuana confiscated from a defendant, The Washington Post reports.

Green, who has not been charged with a crime, on Friday was suspended from the Houston court where she oversaw misdemeanors, traffic cases and small civil suits since 2007.

‘Safari’ Tours: Ousted Chicago Official’s Email Joked About Violence In Black Neighborhoods

At a time of troubling violence in some of Chicago’s Black communities in a city known for its racial divide, an ousted supervisor at the city’s “scandal-plagued” water department is under fire for circulating racist emails, according to the Chicago Tribune.

WATCH: Civil Rights Exhibit Brings Rep. John Lewis To Tears

Civil Rights icon Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) was brought to tears while visiting an exhibit centered on sit-ins at Atlanta’s Center for Civil and Human Rights, The Hill reports.

Chicago Cop Who Beat Black Woman Owns Racist Domain Names, Lawsuit Says

A Chicago police officer who was hit with a lawsuit for brutally beating a Black woman while she was handcuffed allegedly registered domain names with racial slurs prior to the incident, reports CBS Chicago.

Photo Of White Students Captioned ‘KKK’ Stirs Controversy At Chicago High School

An image of eight White teenage girls who captioned their photo “KKK” has stirred controversy at a high school in Chicago, reports the Chicago Tribune.

Ex-Security Manager Sues Atlanta Hawks For Alleged Racial Discrimination Against Black Performers

A former employee at Atlanta’s Philips Arena has taken legal action against the venue’s operator, ATL Hawks LLC, after claiming that Black performers are confronted with tighter security measures than White performers, reports the Washington Post.

Third Mistrial Declared In Case Of White Ex-Cop Who Fatally Shot Daughter’s Black Boyfriend

An Oklahoma judge declared yet another mistrial in the case of a White police officer who fatally shot his daughter’s Black boyfriend, reports the New York Daily News.

Lawsuit Filed Against Black Lives Matter Activists Over Baton Rouge Police Shooting

A Baton Rouge law enforcement official who was harmed during a shooting incident last year, which claimed the lives of three of his colleagues, is taking legal action against leaders of the Black Lives Matter collective, reports Reuters.

Proposed Budget Cuts Could Push More Underserved Kids Into A Summer Slide

Summer slides aren’t exclusive to parks, especially for children of color and those living in low-income communities. It describes the learning loss that many students experience over the summer, especially if they aren’t involved in a summer learning programs.

Proposed Budget Cuts Could Push More Underserved Kids Into A Summer Slide

Summer slides aren’t exclusive to parks, especially for children of color and those living in low-income communities. It describes the learning loss that many students experience over the summer, especially if they aren’t involved in a summer learning programs.